Sacha will be presenting research on wartime and nostalgia in Rebecca Clarke's Piano Trio at the joint meeting of the Society for Music Theory and American Musicological Society in San Antonio, Texas. Her session will be on Friday, November 2 at 2:00pm.
Peiser joins the chorus for Gustav Holst's The Planets, performed by the Academy Festival Orchestra and the vocal fellows.
Complete program: Vaughan Williams: Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis, Ogonek: Sleep and Unremembrance, Holst: The Planets
The San Diego Muses has their inaugural performance singing vintage tunes and, of course, some patriotic ones at the Mira Mesa Family Fun Day right before the fireworks!
Peiser will perform the role of Bastienne in Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's one-act singspiel Bastien and Bastienne, K. 50 at Europa Village in Temecula, CA.
New performance date! Friday, April 13th
Sacha will present her paper, "The Deformation of the Pastoral in Rebecca Clarke's Piano Trio," on the final session of the West Coast Conference of Music Theory and Analysis.
Sacha will perform a short concert of romantic arias from operas throughout history before Opera @ Europa's main event, a performance of Giancarlo Menotti's, The Telephone.
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Along with other talented musicians, Peiser will present a unique retelling of the nativity story, arranged and produced by Francis James Ralls, twice on Christmas Eve.
Before performing Respighi's Lauda per la Nativitá del Signore, Poulenc's Christmas Motets, and Dvorak's Te Deum with Coronado's Ensemble Musica Vitale, Peiser will deliver a lecture about the composition and structural elements of all three works.
Peiser will return to the Bowdoin International Music Festival in Brunswick, Maine for her seventh summer, and fifth as Music Office Director.
Peiser will present her paper, "Identity Crisis and Integration in Selected Early Works of Ralph Vaughan Williams: Piano Quintet (1905) and Phantasy Quintet (1912)."
The Women Composers Festival of Hartford, for which Peiser is the 2016-2017 President and CEO, presents its 17th annual weekend of concerts featuring music exclusively written by women and women-identifying composers. The theme for 2017 is "Music in the Time of Women's Suffrage."
Peiser will deliver a pre-concert lecture for the Symphony's performance of Verdi's Requiem